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T-Mobile lists units ready for Android 5.0 Lollipop

T-Mobile is busier than ever especially these few days leading to the Mobile World Congress 2015. Because new smartphones and tablets will be unveiled in Barcelona, it's only right that the mobile carrier release software updates to current mobile devices par of its lineup before they become overshadowed by the yet-to-be-announced units. We're certain though that T-Mobile will be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S6, thanks to a teaser recently shown off.

Sony Xperia E4g: the same Xperia E4, now with 4G

It hasn't even been a month since Sony unveiled the Xperia E4, a rock-solid budget smartphones, surprisingly running on MediaTek's chip, with a rock-solid two-day battery life. Now, with just a few days left before MWC 2015, Sony is once again busying itself with the device's half successor. As the name would imply, the Xperia E4g is pretty much the same Xperia E4, except for one new feature: it now has support for 4G LTE connectivity, which, when paired with the long battery life, is perfect for keeping connected always.

Kyocera intros tough DuraScout E6782 smartphone

While most Android fans are clamoring to get a taste of Android 5.0 Lollipop on their phones or tablets, there are still people who would be content to simply have new Android KitKat phones. Kyocera didn't even have to wait for next week to show off the new Kyocera DuraScout E6782 at the Mobile World Congress. The company has just announced the phone with specs are good enough for an affordable unit if you want the basic smartphone functions.

Voice commands for WiFi, Bluetooth, Flashlight now works in Lollipop

Android 5.0 Lollipop has not arrived yet for a lot of Anrdoid users, but it is slowly trickling down to various OEMs (not as fast as everyone would like). The lucky users have been slowly discovering the various ins and outs of Google's major update, and one thing that is finally working now is the setting toggles which allows you to activate and deactivate your WiFi, Bluetooth, and even your smartphone's flashlight through your voice commands.

Power consumption info can be used to spy on you

Most people think that data leaks often happen through those apps that require the phone users to allow GPS, WiFi, and other possible entryways to be hacked. Some apps that can now track your every move via GPS are most likely to be open to hack attacks but researchers recently discovered that Android smartphones actually reveal information about one's location to every app installed on device through the power consumption.

Samsung Norway shares some Samsung Galaxy S6 photos ahead of MWC launch

MWC 2015 is happening next week which means there will be another surge of leaks, rumors, and early announcements from gadget manufacturers leading to opening day. One of the highly anticipated phones is the Galaxy S6, Samsung's next Android flagship smartphone. So far, we know that there might be two variants: one regular and one with a curved display similar to the Galaxy Note Edge. Phone might also have a reduced TouchWiz and with production starting this February in time for the March announcement.

T-Mobile releases Galaxy S6 teaser, boasts of its “Six Appeal”

We've suspected for some time now that the newest smartphone that Samsung will be officially announcing in a few days time will probably be the Galaxy S6. Although we haven't exactly gotten a "yes, that's what the name will be" from the Korean OEM, the newest teaser image that has come out sports the tagline "Six Appeal". This is an almost confirmation that we will be having the sixth edition of their flagship, and as the launch is almost upon us, the teasers keep getting less cryptic, and more like the real thing.

LG to launch new mid-range phones packed with premium specs

A week before the MWC 2015, LG is said to introduce a new line of affordable smartphones that are expected to be bestsellers, at least, in the mid-range category of Android phones. The good news is these units will boast of specs and features that most high end phones currently have. Exactly four new mid-range phones will be unveiled: the LG Joy, LG Spirit, LG Leon, and LG Magna.

New Next Galaxy teaser hints at borderless, metal design

As the day of the official unveiling of the Samsung "Next Galaxy" grows nearer, we can expect that its teasers become less of a tease and more of actual but unconfirmed details about the upcoming new flagship device. The latest one is the longest video yet and may have just unofficially confirmed the rumors that the Galaxy S6 (still an unconfirmed name, we're just assuming) would have a metallic body and dual-curved display.

HTC One M9 renders, details leaked by German retailer

We're just a week away from the world's largest mobile industry event, so naturally companies are getting their stuff ready. Unfortunately, at least for the companies, sometimes that results in unwanted leaks of "official" marketing materials happen. It seems that HTC just can't seem to get a lockdown of its information before MWC 2015. Or does it? This latest leak delivers an almost complete picture, figuratively and literally, of the HTC One M9 that makes it sound almost too good to be true. The same can't be said of the smartphone, sadly.
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